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17 September 2018

Philippines: Report alleges 'opaque investments' in coal projects that are causing environmental & social harms; some investors respond

The report, "Broken Promises: The World Bank, International Investors and the Fight for Climate Justice in the Philippines," raises serious allegations concerning various companies' support of coal power plan projects in the Philippines through 'opaqu...

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5 June 2017

Airlines urged to step up fight against human trafficking

Author: Tim Hepher, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Airlines are being urged to train more flight attendants to help prevent human trafficking, placing cabin crew on the front line of the fight against sexual exploitation and slavery. Airline leaders meeting in Mexico will be briefed by the United...

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15 July 2015
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Author: AFP

« États-Unis : une douzaine d'entreprises s'engagent à recruter 100 000 jeunes d'ici 2018 », 13 juillet 2015...

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27 June 2011

Delta Air Lines Denies Jewish Discrimination [USA]

Author: John Morgan, Fly.co.uk

Delta Air Lines strongly denied reports that were published online, claiming that the airline is discriminating against Jewish passengers due to the joining of Saudi Arabian Airlines with the SkyTeam Alliance next year. The carrier says that it doesn...

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14 May 2008

Low carbon flights on the internet

Author: Adam Stern, TerraPass

If you travel a lot, you’re probably used to visiting airline web sites and being asked whether you want to see your flights sorted by price or schedule. How would you like to sort by carbon?...[Now] the public can find comparative data using...

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20 December 2001

Teck Cominco settles Alaska air-quality charges [USA]

Author: Yereth Rosen, Reuters

Teck Cominco has agreed to pay $300,000 to the state of Alaska and to spend an additional $278,900 on environmental and public-health improvements to settle charges of air pollution at its Red Dog Mine...One environmental activist said the settlement...

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19 November 2001

Cruise lines resolve Alaska charges over smoke

Author: Yereth Rosen, Reuters

In response to complaints about thick smoke belching from cruise ships into Alaska's sky, cruise ship companies [Crystal Cruises, Princess Cruises, World Explorer, Holland America, Carnival Cruise Line and Norwegian Cruise Line] have agreed to pay...

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